Disney World is FILLED with iconic snacks as beloved as the characters and the rides!
You can take a ride on WEB Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure, check out all of the Avengers-themed merchandise, and you might even see a familiar face or two. But, right now we’re focused on…the FOOD!! If you’re looking for a sweet snack in Avengers Campus, one of the out-of-this-world places you can stop at is Terran Treats. This spot is serving up some uniquely flavored/shaped churros and more! Is it something you should check out? We’re bringing you our full review right here.
Breakfast, second breakfast, lunch, snack time, dinner, dessert — we’re always on the hunt for delicious items all around Disney World!
Breakfast items inside the Disney World theme parks can be pretty limited sometimes, particularly if you’re looking for something savory. So when we spotted a Spinach and Cheese Croissant available for breakfast today near the entrance to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, we decided to give it a try. Is this item something you should get the next time you’re in the parks? We tasted it to find out!
We noticed quite a few missing iconic snacks around Walt Disney World since it reopened.
The Peter Pan Float disappeared from Storybook Treats at the Magic Kingdom and the Simba Pretzel is nowhere to be found in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Some restaurants have yet to reopen too. The Cheshire Cafe in Magic Kingdom serves the crowd-favorite Cheshire Cat Tail. The stand hasn’t reopened yet so we’ve been missing out on one of our favorite pastries! [Read more…]
The Disney-Pixar film Up! is known for its steadfast commitment to adventuring — and in that spirit, the foodie brains behind Jolly Holiday Bakery‘s contributions to Pixar Fest at Disneyland Resort have created a tart in that same spirit: the Adventure Tart. And while the flavors aren’t going to transport you to another land, it’ll still leave you satisfied with the journey.
The tart appears to be in the spirit of everyone’s favorite childhood breakfast dessert: a Pop Tart. In shape and in composition, the Adventure Tart mimics this cereal-aisle gem. The rectangular Adventure Tart is covered in a thin layer of nondescript glaze on which is attached an iconic image from the film: Carl, Russell, Dug, and the ubiquitous house kept aloft by colorful balloons.
is the place to go for bakery treats at Disneyland Resort. We love everything about it, from the styling of the building to the classic and trendy treats within. To join in the Pixar Fest fun, Jolly Holiday Bakery has a colorful and tasty addition to the Pixar Fest Food Checklist!
has taken over the Disneyland Resort, and with it comes new entertainment, activities, shopping, and fun eats!
The Snowberry Twist has debuted at Maurice’s Treats and it’s a pretty tasty addition to the other “Twists” that they serve up!
The Snowberry Twist is $3.89; it’s blueberry filled and topped with edible glitter and blue sugar crystals.
It’s hard to see in the photo, but the edible glitter is in the blueberry filling. This treat is pretty & delicious!
Snowberry Twists are sort of a hybrid of a croissant and a jelly donut. The pastry is flaky and served up warm. They are also generously sized and perfect for sharing. The blueberry filling is not overly sweet or artificial tasting. I definitely enjoyed the flavor. It’s no Pumpkin Twist, but it was still great! The filling is also thick, making the twist easy to eat without getting too messy!
If you’re a Frozen Fan, I suggest grabbing a Snowberry Twist and settling in for a showing of Frozen at the Royal Theater. If you’re not a Frozen fan, grab one and get the heck out of that area!
Regardless, twists from Maurice’s Treats are not to be missed. It’s a great little snack stop in the heart of Fantasy Faire.
Have you been to Maurice’s Treats? Do you have a favorite twist? Are you looking forward to trying the Snowberry Twist? Let us know in the comments below!
It’s become one of my life goals to eat my way through the entire bakery case at Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie in Epcot’s France Pavilion.
And why not? This place rarely churns out a dud, even though the selection is HUGE.
Now, I do have to say, I’m quite partial to my favorites: for example, the Frangipane (puff pastry with an almond filling), which I’ve adored ever since I tried it at the Food and Wine Festival’s Parisian Breakfast last year, and the Brix aux Pommes, which has become a more recent favorite of mine.
So sometimes it’s hard to switch gears and choose beyond those. But a goal is a goal and I aim to do my readers proud! To that end, I’d like to show you a few other staples in that bakery case that I haven’t previously showcased on the blog.
Welcome back to Les Halles!
While there are plenty of savory options at Les Halles (it’s a great spot to grab soup and a sandwich), today we’re focusing on the sweet stuff. Let’s check out a few more French goodies tucked inside!
In fact, the treats we’re checking out today are displayed side by side in there, even though they are quite different from each other. We’re trying the Parfaits aux Fruits and a little something by the name of “Duo.”
First up, the oddly titled “Duo.” Initial impression? It’s gorgeous. A smooth chocolate dome reflects the light in the bakery case and catches your eye immediately.
The small chocolate topper gives you a hint as to [Read more…]
We have news about a very special new experience that you can book with Disney Cruise Line!
Disney’s newest ship, the Fantasy, is now offering the Royal Court Royal Tea, an interactive experience featuring some of Disney’s most popular characters — the Disney Princesses.
Hosted by Lady Chamomile and Chef Brule — two new characters created to bring the event to life — guests are invited to interact with several princesses while they dine on traditional teatime fare.
Young guests also receive gifts. Girls are presented with tiaras and boys receive swords as they are announced to the assembly.
But that’s not all. Boys will also receive a Duffy Bear in cruise finery, pins, and shields. Girls will be surprised by a [Read more…]
While I did try one new cupcake (stay tuned for a review!), I also snagged two new-to-me items that I’d never tried before.
I’d heard for months about the Napoleon at the cafe, and I couldn’t wait to finally see what all the fuss was about.
Turns out, the fuss is well-deserved…
In the case, the Napoleons don’t look all that special next to the over-the-top cupcakes and fancy schmancy desserts. But ya gotta push past the first impression here, folks — it’s well worth it.
When I got my new little treasure out to an umbrella table in the Starring Rolls courtyard, it was definitely starting to show off its sugary appeal. Though I’ve never figured out how to eat things like this without making a complete mess! 😉
This next shot shows some serious decadence. The glaze on top seems to be a thick confectioner’s sugar glaze — kind of what you get when you order [Read more…]